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Large-scale shoreface response to a prominent anthropogenic structure: A case study of the Ijmuiden Harbour moles, Holland

Hinton, C. and Nicholls, R.J., (2001) Large-scale shoreface response to a prominent anthropogenic structure: A case study of the Ijmuiden Harbour moles, Holland Hanson, H. (ed.) In Coastal Dynamics '01: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Coastal Dynamics, June 11-15, 2001, Lund Sweden. American Society of Civil Engineers. 1104 pp, pp. 607-616.

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This collection of 109 conference papers details the state-of-the-art in the physical aspects of coastal and inlet environments. It provides a valuable source of information from the latest research to the newest engineering applications. Topics include: effects of coastal structures, wave properties in shallow water, nearshore sediment transport, wave-current interaction, planform modeling, breaking waves, inlet morphodynamics, long waves, suspended sediments, nearshore wave modeling, morphodynamic modeling, inlet hydrodynamics, inlet sediment transport, rip currents, ripples and bedforms, nearshore circulation, micro-scale processes, regional studies, nearshore bars, shoreline and transport modeling, longterm morphodynamics, swash hydrodynamics, beach nourishment, swash and graded sediments, cross-shore response, monitoring, intertidal processes, and rhythmic features.

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Published date: 1 April 2001
Venue - Dates: Fourth Conference on Coastal Dynamics, 2001-06-11 - 2001-06-15


Local EPrints ID: 53209
ISBN: 0784405662
PURE UUID: dad56b21-f2f2-4eed-9538-7838ab0793f5

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Date deposited: 28 Jul 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:38

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Author: C. Hinton
Author: R.J. Nicholls
Editor: H. Hanson

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